Mitigating a Data Breach: Proactively Planning For and Responding To a Cyber Attack

recording Mitigating a Data Breach: Proactively Planning For and Responding To a Cyber Attack

You Will Learn:

  • Proactive measures to ensure that you (and your clients) are ready in the event that a data breach occurs
  • The kind of incident response plan that should be in place after a breach
  • What to include in the plan and how to execute it
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Corporate data security risks are only getting more frequent and more severe.

In fact, the news is full of stories about major organizations (Sony, Target, Google, Ebay, Westinghouse, Home Depot, Neiman Marcus) being hacked, with the perpetrators stealing the financial and personal information of clients, customers and others.

While the malicious reason for an attack may not be apparent, one thing is clear: counsel must understand that traditional network security approaches are no longer enough.

Attackers are getting more and more sophisticated and organizations (including law firms) must prepare as if a data breach is imminent. Because it is!.

Learning Objectives

This comprehensive webinar explores real world data breach scenarios, practical tips for how to proactively plan and respond to a breach, discussion of regulatory enforcement activity and practical advice on:

  • Proactive measures to ensure that you (and your clients) are ready in the event that a data breach occurs
  • The kind of incident response plan that should be in place after a breach
  • What to include in the plan and how to execute it
  • How to apply the right blend of legal and IT responsibilities
  • Appropriate breach reporting to state attorneys general, insurance carriers, customers, etc.
  • The type of crisis experts you must have on file before a breach occurs
  • Best practices for company response to lawsuits and investigations that often follow a breach
  • Brief overview of a laws and regulations applicable to personally identifiable information – GLBA, HIPAA, State Laws on information security.

Product ID: 3060

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Faculty

John Peterson
John Peterson
Financial Services Group, Professional Risk Solutions, National Practice Leader, Aon Risk Solutions

John currently is responsible for directly delivering the Professional Risk Solutions (PRS) services and expertise to clients and prospects and for coordinating PRS efforts with ARS U.S. retail offices. John’s background includes a specialized focus in the management and professional liability area, encompassing financially driven products and solutions including Directors & Officers Liability, Employment Practices Liability, Professional Liability, Fiduciary Liability, Crime Insurance, Cyber Insurance, and Kidnap/Ransom Insurance.

John Dempsey
John Dempsey
Managing Director and Global Practice Leader, Aon Global Risk Consulting

As the Managing Director and Global Practice Leader of AGRC’s Claims Preparation, Advocacy and Valuation practice, John Dempsey is responsible for the largest and most diverse team of property claims professionals in the world.  With over 140 professionals comprising forensic accountants, engineers, investigators, project managers, and other specialists, the team focuses on property and business interruption claims preparation, emergency response, asset and business interruption exposure valuation, crime investigation, cyber vulnerability assessments, and claims advocacy.

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